Slowly unfolding ether-folk recorded around the spring equinox in North Yorkshire, at Crimple Valley and Brimham Rocks.
"From UK we have a recent artist who combines experimental instrumental music with folk elements. The music uses synthisizer type sounds but sounding like 60s British science fiction films, as though imagining some 'Quatermass and the cursed Plough' type film. Woven in are rural folk melodies, fragments of song, nature and landscape field recordings. It's a unique style and one that captures some of the contrast and compression of Britain. If the preceding Tower Recordings track was lost in space, this is trapped in underground caverns. It sounds like droning accordion and keyboards melded together into a droning, surging piece over which a wordless female vocal sings. This is music for imaginary lost British villages, of eroded shorelines, fields growing crops over the blood of the warring middle ages." - The Unbroken Circle